On 23 January, 2020, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD Global) is hosting a launch event at the Hague Humanity Hub for their report: “The Many States of Activism: A Global Survey of Youth P/CVE Activists.”
This report comes from their Youth Civil Activism Network (YouthCAN), a global initiative dedicated to inspiring and amplifying young, positive voices against hate and extremism. As part of their work to enable youth leadership in P/CVE, they surveyed over 700 youth activists in 83 countries about the barriers and opportunities that they face in their activism, as well as which skills they need most. This report communicates their findings and offers recommendations for working with young P/CVE activists across non-violent, violent and highly-violent contexts.
Contribute to the conversation with key stakeholders – including youth activists, policy makers and NGOs – about the challenges facing youth empowerment in P/CVE and solutions that will enable truly youth-led responses to hate and extremism globally. The event will include a panel discussion with youth activists and round table.
This event is invitation only.